Bailey added that he believes he'll have no problem making his next start. He was removed from Thursday's game after just five innings due to the injury. Following the start, the team announced Bailey would be ready to make his next start. Through 177 2/3 innings, Bailey has a 4.21 ERA.
Jimenez apparently suffered the injury while walking in the parking lot Wednesday, as manager Buck Showalter told reporters. The extent of the injury is not yet known, however the All-Star break gives him some extra time to heal without missing multiple starts.
Lind was expected to miss six-to-eight weeks with a fracture in his foot according to reports Thursday, but further evaluation has given a much brighter picture. SportsNet.ca reports Lind will instead miss only another two-to-three weeks while healing. He will spend the next week or so in a walking boot before he takes his next step.
Sands initially suffered the injury in late June and was expected to be out at least two weeks, however he apparently suffered some sort of setback. The exact nature of the injury is not yet known, but the Times reports the surgery will be a season-ending procedure.
Myers spent just over five weeks in a cast allowing the stress fracture in his wrist to heal, and he will likely begin taking steps forward shortly. He is aiming for a mid-August return.
Norris will pitch for Bowie Monday, and is slated to pitch five to six innings to keep his arm fresh. Norris will likely make just the one start, as he is eligible to return from the minors July 20.
Marte left the club to go on the bereavement list. He's struggled this season, hitting .256/.324/.383 over 308 at-bats.
Castro is in the starting lineup behind the plate and batting second for the start of the weekend series before the All-Star break.
Cole is eligible to return to action July 20, but manager Clint Hurdle said he does not expect Cole to be available that day. Cole is rehabbing from a lat injury. Over 85 2/3 innings, Cole has a 3.78 ERA.